John Hall, VMD, Medical Director

VMD, University of Pennsylvania

Biography

Dr. Hall enjoys all types of patients. He can treat birds, guinea pigs, rats, chinchillas, and potbellied pigs. He enjoys working with birds and pocket pets in addition to dogs and cats.
Dr. Hall has rescued several stray cats which now enjoy the luxuries of indoor living.
His aviary includes the following species: macaws, cockatoos, a Nanday conure, African greys, Eclectus parrots, a Toco toucan, a yellow-naped Amazon, a black-headed caique, a violet-necked lory, budgies, lovebirds, cockatiels, finches, canaries, and pigeons.

“I grew up on a dairy farm and was always interested when the vet came to treat the farm animals. When I started in 1980, after graduating from vet school, all of us doctors treated large and small animals. Later I became interested in exotic animals. I have been working with birds since 1986! I work with Feathered Sanctuary, a bird rescue, and Operation Scarlet, a shar pei rescue. When I’m not at work I enjoy travelling and cooking.”.

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